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Pulp magazines (often referred to as "the pulps"), also collectively known as pulp fiction, refers to inexpensive fiction magazines published from 1896 through the 1950s. The typical pulp magazine was seven inches wide by ten inches high, half an inch thick, and 128 pages long. Pulps were printed on cheap paper with ragged, untrimmed edges.



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Amazing Stories is an American science fiction magazine launched in April 1926 by Hugo Gernsback's Experimenter Publishing. It was the first magazine devoted solely to science fiction. Science fiction stories had made regular appearances in other magazines, including some published by Gernsback, but Amazing helped define and launch a new genre of pulp fiction. Amazing was published, with some interruptions, for almost eighty years, going through a half-dozen owners and many editors as it...
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Analog Science Fiction and Fact is an American science fiction magazine. As of 2013, it is the longest running continuously published magazine of that genre. Initially published in 1930 in the United States as Astounding Stories as a pulp magazine, it has undergone several name changes, primarily to Astounding Science-Fiction in 1938, and Analog Science Fact & Fiction in 1960. In November 1992, its logo changed to use the term "Fiction and Fact" rather than "Fact &...
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If was an American science fiction magazine launched in March 1952 by Quinn Publications, owned by James L. Quinn. The magazine was moderately successful, though it was never regarded as one of the first rank of science fiction magazines. It achieved its greatest success under editor Frederik Pohl, winning the Hugo Award for best professional magazine three years running from 1966 to 1968. If was merged into Galaxy Science Fiction after the December 1974 issue, its 175th issue overall.
Interzone Magazine
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Interzone is a British fantasy and science fiction magazine. Published since 1982, Interzone is the eighth longest-running English language science fiction magazine in history, and the longest-running British SF magazine. Stories published in Interzone have been finalists for the Hugo Awards and have won a Nebula Award and numerous British Science Fiction Awards. Interzone was initially produced by an unpaid collective of eight people—John Clute, Alan Dorey, Malcolm Edwards, Colin Greenland,...
Psychotronic Video
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Psychotronic Video was a film magazine originally started by publisher/editor Michael J. Weldon in 1980 in New York City as a hand-written and photocopied weekly fanzine entitled Psychotronic TV. It was then relaunched by Weldon under its more commonly known name as an offset quarterly in 1989. Both versions of the magazine covered what Weldon dubbed "Psychotronic Movies", which he defined as "the ones traditionally ignored or ridiculed by mainstream critics at the time of their...
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Hoffman, Stuart (compiler) - An Index To Unknown And Unknown Worlds By Author And Title (Sirius Press, 1955). Introduction by Robert Bloch ("Persons Unknown").
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Unknown, Unknown Worlds, John W. Campbell Jr., Robert Bloch, Street &...
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See Magazine (whose title was likely a takeoff on the title of the popular photo news magazine " Look ") was one of those sleazy men's magazines which had begun popping up in the early 1940s that consisted of news articles spiced up with loads of  "cheesecake" photos of scantily clad women in bathing suits (or as time progressed, wearing nothing at all). The twist here is that the photo editor who selected all those cheesecake photos for See was a woman, Sally Breslow....
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Topics: Magazine, Periodical, See Magazine, Flying Saucers, UFOs, Gerald Heard, Jean Moorhead
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This is all 8 issues of Astounding Stories from 1932. I've done a US copyright renewal search and have found no renewals affecting these issues. A renewal search is not conclusive and I'm neither a lawyer or a librarian. Do your own search.
Topics: ASF, Astounding Stories, pulp, Science Fiction, SF
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This is all 12 issues of Astounding Stories from 1931. January through August were published without a copyright notice. I've done a US copyright renewal search for September through December and have found no renewals affecting those issues. A renewal search is not conclusive and I'm neither a lawyer or a librarian. Do your own search.
Topics: Astounding Stories, ASF, SF, Science Fiction, pulp
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Adam v56n02 (1974-01.Kenmure)
Topics: chadwick, clew, barton, jardine, leopold, murphy, horse, jim, gina, stared, north koreans, tom...
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Phantom Detective Vol. 35 No. 1. April 1941
Topics: Pulp, Phantom Detective
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dirty pictures 003 - pulp art of the 1930s
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Topics: spicy, appeared, originally, dirty, mystery, art, pulps, barreaux, pictures, malibu, originally...
Forbiden Fruit The Golden Age of the Exploitation Film
Cynthia - Rosalind Sibold (Greenwich Book Publishers, 1957). "A story of mystery about a lost bride, a haunted house and a little walled garden of old Georgetown in Washington, D. C." Cynthia is a very short (26-page) ghost story. A lady living in an old home in Georgetown is visited by the ghosts of some of its former residents, including the spirit of Cynthia, who had mysteriously vanished on her wedding day. The attractive dust jacket by children's book and comic book illustrator...
Topics: Ghost Stories, Supernatural Fiction, Georgetown, Washington D. C., Rosalind Sibold, Gustav Schrotter
X Rated Taschenbildband 34 Die Nonnen Von Clichy
Scream Queens The Worlds Only Slash and Gash Magazine (The Very Best of High Society 33) (Qweth'l)
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Jayne Mansfield pin-up magazine from 1957, with 100 photos.
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Topics: Magazine, Jayne Mansfield
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Topics: thai, girl, die, waitkus, leafs, gilfoyle, watcher, earl, girl watcher, ami, loaded gun
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May 1922. Publisher: Hollywood Publishing Co.
Topics: Hollywood gossip, scandal
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Cavalcade 1952-04
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Topics: purdie, marie, carl, jacky, dora, sister, phil, brandenfels, drake, jacky guard, young men, carl...
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CONTENTS: Weird Tales [v1 #1, March 1923] (25¢, 192pp+, pulp, cover by R. R. Epperly) 7 · The Dead Man’s Tale · Willard E. Hawkins · ss 19 · Ooze · Anthony M. Rud · nv 32 · The Thing Of A Thousand Shapes [Part 1 of 2] · Otis Adelbert Kline · nv 41 · The Mystery Of Black Jean · Julian Kilman · ss 47 · The Grave · Orville R. Emerson · ss 53 · Hark! The Rattle! · Joel Townsley Rogers · ss 59 · The Ghost Guard · Bryan Irvine · ss 65 · The Ghoul And The Corpse · G. A. Wells...
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Topics: Pulp, Pulp Magazine, Weird Tales, Horror, Supernatural, Science Fiction, Otis Adelbert Kline, Joel...
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Continental Film Review (1969 05)
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Look v01n12 [1937-08-03]. The 12th issue of the pictorial news magazine which was a one-time rival to Life magazine All sorts of oddities in here - an elephant steps on a man's head, Stalin, Hitler, and Mussolini pay for babies, what Grandpa saw in the stereoscope, catching a polar bear, rope dancers, tidal waves, teaching the deaf to speak, what makes fighters punch drunk, a new treatment for freckles [which has to be seen to be believed - it appears to have been a rather gruesome procedure...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Look Magazine, Photography, News Photography, News Magazine, Gary Cooper,...
Scream Queens Illustrated 01 (Stray Cat) (1994) (UK)
Black Mask November 1938 Issue with Partial OCR
Topic: Black Mask November 1938 Fanny Ellsworth Pulp
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Astounding v28n01 (1941 09) (SLiV)
CONTENTS: Isaac Asimov Presents The Great Science Fiction Stories Volume 1, 1939 ed. Isaac Asimov & Martin H. Greenberg (DAW 0-87997-454-0, March 1979, 432pp, pb) also in The Golden Years Of Science Fiction. 8 · Introduction · Martin H. Greenberg · in 11 · I, Robot [Adam Link] · Eando Binder · ss Amazing January 1939 25 · The Strange Flight Of Richard Clayton · Robert Bloch · ss Amazing March 1939 35 · Trouble With Water · Horace L. Gold · ss Unknown March 1939 56 · Cloak Of...
Topics: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Short Stories, Anthology, Anthologies
Fantasy & Science Fiction v011n03 (1956 09) (PDF)
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Weird Tales [v23 #1, January 1934] (25¢, 144pp+, pulp, cover by Margaret Brundage) ◦3 · The Solitary Hunters [Part 1 of 3] · David H. Keller · na ◦22 · The Red Knife Of Hassan [Jules de Grandin] · Seabury Quinn · nv ◦42 · Place Names · Katherine van der Veer · pm ◦43 · Invaders Of The Ice World · Jack Williamson · nv ◦58 · Too Late · Alfred I. Tooke · pm ◦59 · A Phantom In The Sky · Dale Clark · ss ◦68 · Rogues In The House [Conan] · Robert E. Howard · nv...
Topics: Pulp, Pulp Magazine, Weird Tales, Horror, Science Fiction, David H. Keller, Seabury Quinn, Jules de...
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SHE Vol2 No01 Summer
—Or Murder For Free by Jerry L. Potter (Chicago Paperback House A-104, 1962) Third book in the series of mystery/adventure novels about Jeff Tyler, who works out of New Orleans on his 85-foot boat "Loafalong," doing occasional salvage and investigative work for insurance companies. Jeff Tyler #01. Jambalaya Loverman. Chicago: Newsstand Library U175, 1961 Jeff Tyler #02. Room At The Bottom. Chicago: Chicago Paperback House A103, 1962 Jeff Tyler #03. —Or Murder For Free. Chicago:...
Topics: Mystery, Adventure, Crime, New Orleans
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This is the first year of Astounding Stories. It was published in the USA in 1930 without a copyright notice. This is twelve complete issues with a few of the advertisement pages missing. Some of the small fonts are unreadable in these scans. Sorry. The cbr files have been updated with much better scans.
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Topics: ASF, Astounding Stories, pulp, Science Fiction, SF
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Mediascene #08 (1974 01 02)
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The London Mercury v12n67 [1925-05]. The copy scanned was missing the ads and back cover. The London Mercury was a British literary magazine. 234 issues were published between 1919 and 1939. It was a standard sized magazine, printed on pulp paper, without illustrations. The emphasis was on poetry and non-fiction but it also published some excellent short stories by a wide range of authors, including Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield, Walter de la Mare, Elizabeth Bowen, Max Beerbohm, D.H....
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The London Mercury, M. R. James, John Metcalfe, Ethel Rolt-Wheeler
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Vol. 2, No. 3. January 21, 1922. Publisher: Movie Topics, Inc., New York City
Topic: motion picture, movie fan magazine, Henry King, Colleen Moore, Wesley Barry, Jane Jennings, Richard...
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The Psychotronic Video Guide (1996)
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Western Story Magazine [v97 #1, July 19 , 1930 ] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp+, pulp) 1 · Daring Duval [Part 1 of 6] · George Owen Baxter · sl 23 · Thanks, Kid! · George Cory Franklin · ss 30 · The Leather Map · Raymond A. Berry · na 79 · Golden Bacon · Hugh F. Grinstead · ss 89 · Maverick Makers [Part 3 of 6] · Dane Coolidge · sl 107 · Old Slowpoke · Howard E. Morgan · ss 114 · Pioneer Towns of the West: Columbia, Missouri · Duane Clark · cl 116 ·...
Topics: Western Story, 1930, pulp, fiction, western
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Scream Queens Illustrated 13 1996
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Cinema Sewer 11 (2002) (Milmo CG)
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Topics: mckeon, cordelia, title, dunning, marvin, ike, hugh, macdill, won, dream bandit, john dunning,...
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Astounding v29n03 (1942 05)
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4  · Candid Shots by the Editor    6  · Experiences of a News Photographer               9  · How to Pose Your Subject      11 · Microphotography for the Amateur  13 · Taking Pictures Without a Camera    15 · Don English—Hollywood Still Man    17 · My Experiences as a Model  19 · Fast Action with a Miniature               21 · Decorating with Photo-Murals           23 · Shooting Our Cover in Color 24 · Shooting the...
Topics: Popular Photography, 1937, magazine
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Star Cine Video [Jess Franco excerpts]
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This is a compilation of scans (with original illustrations) of all 47 of Manly Wade Wellman's stories (and one poem) from the pulp magazine Weird Tales (from 1927 to 1981). T he stories in the .pdf  have been bookmarked for ease of access. With the touch of your mouse pointer, you can instantly go to any story in the compilation. CONTENTS: 1. BACK TO THE BEAST (Weird Tales, November 1927) 2. AT THE BEND OF THE TRAIL (Weird Tales, October 1934) 3. THE HORROR UNDYING (Weird Tales, May 1936) 4....
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Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Weird Tales, Horror, Supernatural, Manly Wade Wellman
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Frank Frazetta Fantasy Illustrated 1
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The Pulp Jungle is Frank Gruber's account of his days as a pulp writer, starting during the Great Depression and through to the early forties when he moved to Hollywood as a screenwriter. An early draft of the manuscript was entitled "The Hungry Years." It's now a rare book - long out-of-print and increasingly difficult to find on the second-hand market. The chapters in the PDF version have been bookmarked for ease of access.
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Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Writing, Writers, Frank Gruber
Science Fiction Quarterly New Series v04n05 (1956 11) (slpn)
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Johnson Smith's Fun Catalog #792 [1979]. The Johnson Smith Company (Johnson Smith & Co.) is a mail-order company established in 1914 by Alfred Johnson Smith in Chicago, Illinois, USA that sells novelty and gag gift items such as x-ray goggles, whoopee cushions, fake vomit, and joy buzzers. The company moved from Chicago to Racine, Wisconsin in 1926, to Detroit in the 1930s, and from the Detroit area to Bradenton, Florida in 1986. The company would put ads in magazines devoted to children...
Topics: Catalog, Trade Catalog, Novelty Company, Magic Tricks, Gag Gifts, Johnson Smith Company, Detroit,...
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Note: A .jpg image of Margaret Brundage's original cover painting for this issue can be found in the file tree on the right side of this page (just click "JPEG" to view the image). CONTENTS: Weird Tales [v22 #3, September 1933] (25¢, 128pp+, pulp, cover by M. Brundage) 275 · The Slithering Shadow [Conan] · Robert E. Howard · nv 297 · Nostalgia · Mary Elizabeth Counselman · pm 298 · The Horror On The Asteroid · Edmond Hamilton · nv 315 · Malay Horror [Jules de Grandin] ·...
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Gags v01n12 [1943-01]. Gags was a humor magazine from Triangle Publications which published cartoons, jokes, puns, one-liners, etc. A total of 84 issues appeared between March 1941 and October 1951. Some of the covers were slightly risqué . The running joke in the early issues was a hole which went entirely through the magazine, and became a feature of the cover design's story. Gags was printed in Chicago, Ill. with editorial offices in the Philadelphia Inquirer office. In 1941, Triangle...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Humor, Gags, Jokes, Cartoons
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Cult Movies 37(c2c)(Cult Movies)(2002)(YZ1)
Tales Of Love And Horror - ed. by Don Congdon (Ballantine 522K, 1961). Cover artwork by Richard Powers. Anthology of horror stories which was published as a paperback original by Ballantine in 1961 and has never been reprinted.
Topics: Short Stories, Anthology, Horror, Mystery, Supernatural
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This is five issues of Argosy All-Story Weekly from 1922. October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18. These five issues include the complete text of Ray Cummings' The Fire People.
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This is a scan of the complete 28-page Esquire calendar for 1948, including not only the pin-up girl artwork (by Ben-Hur Baz, Joe De Mers, Fritz Willis, and Ron Wicks) but also scans of the cover of the outer wrapper, text pages (George A. MacNamara's two-page "Essay On Jiggling" and verse by Frances Geiger Adams), and calendar pages.
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Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Esquire, Pinups, Pin-ups, Pinup Girls, Pin-up Girls, Calendar, Ben-Hur Baz,...
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Spicy Stories [v6 #10, July 1937 ] (D.M. Publishing Co.; Dover, Del., 25¢, 64pp) 4 · Between You and Me! · [The Readers] · lc 5 · “Exit –One Man-Hater” ·  Bobby Barnes · ss 14 · Sir Walter’s Sally · Nona Benford · ss 24 · Three Little Words · Ken Cooper · ss 32 · Save the Sponsor! · Ray Buckley · ss 41 · Mixed Motives · Frank Roberts · ss 47 ·Stand-In · Clinton Harcourt ·ss 55 · “Call Me Eve!” · Pepita Derne · ss
Topics: Spicy Stories, pulp, fiction, 1937, erotica
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Gags v01n05 [1941-11]. Gags was a humor magazine from Triangle Publications which published cartoons, jokes, puns, one-liners, etc. A total of 84 issues appeared between March 1941 and October 1951. Some of the covers were slightly risqué . The running joke in the early issues was a hole which went entirely through the magazine, and became a feature of the cover design's story (as in this cover, where an old gent is shooting spitballs at the derrière of a burlesque dancer through a hole in a...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Humor, Gags, Jokes, Cartoons
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CONTENTS: The Armchair Detective [v17 #2, Spring 1984] ed. Otto Penzler (The Mysterious Press, $5.00, 112pp+, quarto, cover by Rudolph Belarski from the June 1935 issue of Black Mask , illustrating Raymond Chandler's novelette "Nevada Gas") 114 · The Uneasy Chair · Michael Seidman · ed 116 · "Vee Were Young Then": The Filming Of "Hammett." An Interview With Joe Gores And Ross Thomas · Brian Garfield · iv [Ref. Joe Gores; Dashiell Hammett, Ross Thomas] 124 ·...
Topics: Fanzine, Mystery, Detective, Crime Fiction, The Armchair Detective, Allen J. Hubin, Jacques Barzun,...
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Bat Man by Lew Merrill (1936) (2002 Reprint)
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Topics: bat, batman, pulp, detective, black, bats, alice, spicy, dawson, black bat, spicy mystery, mystery...
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Jane's Journal by Pett (Rylee)
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Topics: jane, georgie, fritz, nudist, tanner, fanatic, threatening, colony, raced, naturist
Scream Queens Illustrated 010 (1995) (Huesos-DREGS)
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Amazing Stories v34n12 (1960 12)
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Continental Film Review 1979 01.good
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the shadow 32.11.01
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Scream Queens Illustrated 02 (1994 Winter) (UK)
Anthology of horror stories. From the dust jacket: "The accent of this collection of horror stories is on quality and rarity, and the twenty-two pieces more than fulfill both requirements. The book starts where most anthologies end. It is one of the most outstanding collections of its kind available today. The torso in the bed ... the thing in the chimney ... the beast from the sea and the burial alive ... the cloven hoof-print and the midnight caller ... the skull in the basket and the...
Topics: Anthology, Short Stories, Horror Fiction, Horror Stories, Supernatural Fiction, Supernatural...
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The Art Of Virgil Finlay.
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Pulp Art, Pulp Covers, Pulp Illustrations, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Virgil...
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Spicy Stories, March 1938
Topics: Spicy Stories, Pulp, Magazine
CONTENTS: The Science Fiction Galaxy edited by Groff Conklin (Perma Books P67, 1950, 35¢, 242pp, 4"x 6" hardcover) ix · Introduction · Groff Conklin · in 1 · The Machine Stops · E. M. Forster · nv Oxford And Cambridge Review November 1909 39 · As Easy As A.B.C. · Rudyard Kipling · nv The London Magazine March 1912 (+1) 72 · The Derelict · William Hope Hodgson · nv The Red Magazine December 1, 1912 103 · The Fires Within · Arthur C. Clarke · ss Fantasy, The Magazine Of...
Topics: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Short Stories, Anthology
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Vol. VII, No. 4. May 1914. Publisher: The M. P. Publishing Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Topics: Motion picture, movie fan magazine, Earle Williams, Helen Marten, Arthur Housman, Helen Lindroth,...